Photos: Chalk It Up |

Photos: Chalk It Up

By Britny Ferguson
Beth Albert/Courtesy photo |

Despite a downpour that threatened to destroy the artists’ work, Chalk It Up, Snowmass Village’s annual sidewalk-art competition, went on.

Snowmass Tourism officials guided participants under eaves and overhangs on the Mall so they would be sheltered. Twenty-three adults and teenagers and 16 kids participated.

“I am always humbled by the level of talent of our participants,” said Beth Albert, Snowmass Tourism director of marketing. “It was truly amazing how many people showed up considering the weather.”

The winners were:


1st — Britny Ferguson, of Aspen

2nd — Michelle Wolff, of Denver

3rd — Jodi Eklund, of Aspen


Mia Altieri, of San Diego

People’s Choice:

Amy Blischar, of Snowmass Village


8-12: Dillon McDermott

7 and under: Kirille Eklund

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